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as he arrived but couldn't until a california congressman, leo ryan, came to guyana in the fall of '78 on a one-man investigative mission. >> i had decided i was going to pass a note asking for help to escape. >> by that next afternoon, as gosney dragged his trunk toward a departing truck, more than a dozen others had decided to go. >> i thought i was going to die at any moment. i never thought that i would ever be permitted to leave. >> when the group reached the small airport nearby, gunmen opened fire. >> there was blood everywhere, and i thought, i'm dying, and then i blacked out. >> that same day gerald parks, seen here in the blue and white shirt talking with jim jones, sensed it was his last chance to get his family out. >> you could feel death in the air. you can actually feel it. >> the parks family asked to fly back with congressman ryan's group. >> and i told him who i was and i said, we've been held prisoner here. >> at the airport a tractor pulled a farm wagon up alongside their plane. >> about five or six guys stood up and pulled their guns up and started firing at us. i
for offhighway vehicles and preserving places for their use. since california's money troubles have began the state has been tapping into that fund, and dan ashley explains how it's left many offroaders feeling as if they've been left in the dust. >> the met calf off highway vehicle park is one of the most popular recreation areas in santa clara county. every year thousands of people come here to ride the trails. but because of statewide budget cuts millions of dollars designated to run offroad parks like this one are in jeopardy. >> we've been pretty fortunate in receiving the funding we have asked for. if it gets reduced we'll he to look at options, funding strategies to keep the park open. >> in the early 70s, users of offhighway vehicles or ohvs, helped to create a savings account for future parks. they created a trust, paid for by registration fees on offroad vehicles and taxes on gasoline. >> you buy gas, you pay taxes on the gas, those taxes come back to the program to maintain the roads and trails you're wreck reatwreck rating on. >> fill general -- phil jenkins ones the program.
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